Please Help Us Support HB 608 the Child Care Provider Support Act

MSCCA would like to share a letter from Delegate Jared Soloman asking for support for House Bill 608 the Child Care Provider Support Act. Please share and contact your legislators. This legislation is so important to the early child care industry. Good afternoon,...

MSCCA Gets a Thank You from Dr Salmon

MSCCA has received a letter from Assistant Superintendent Steven Hicks on behalf of Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon thanking us for our advocacy efforts on behalf of early childhood education in Maryland through our www.SaveMarylandChildCare.org campaign. An excerpt...

Save Maryland Childcare: Site Launched

Licensed Child Care Providers Are The Backbone Of Our Economy Maryland May Lose Half of Child Care Supply From Crisis Please visit: SaveMarylandChildCare.org We Need Child Care To Enable Our Economic Recovery, Now And In The Future Now that Governor Hogan has started...

Letter to Governor Hogan and State Representatives – Ruthi Claytor, Owner, Grannie Annie’s Child Care & Learning Center Cozy Care, Quality Education

Sharing a letter send to Governor Hogan's office this morning and state representatives this afternoon from Ruthi Claytor, Owner, Grannie Annie's Child Care & Learning Center Cozy Care, Quality Education. I own a child care center in Pasadena, MD. We are currently...

What is Advocacy?

Advocacy is a proactive stance taken by individuals in response to particular issues that concern them. In early childhood education, the purpose of advocacy is to promote ideas and seek a resolution that will affect children and families in positive ways (Kieff 2009).

Why Legislative Updates?

We strive to keep you informed of the latest happenings in Annapolis impacting Early Childhood Education and work to meet with legislators to discuss pending legislation that affects MSCCA members.

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We strive to keep you informed of the latest happenings in Annapolis impacting Early Childhood Education.

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

Updates on COVID-19 legislation from our accountants Kullman, CPA Earlier today, the US House of Representatives passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The president is expected to sign the bill. The CARES Act is 854 pages long and...

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URGENT Tweet Storm Today

Use these hash tags #FundChildCare and #ChildCareNow Tweet Storm” planned for 10:00 am TODAY, March 23 Congress has not included child care in federal stimulus package -we must work together to use our collective voices NOW. Child care is critical and we have to...

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We have to Make Our Voices Heard: SB 1000 & HB 1300

Now is time to keep communication going with legislators ASAP all week long. They are making decisions over next few weeks and we MUST flood their offices with emails, phone calls and visits or their office of time allows. We have to make our voices heard. MSCCA is...

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Kirwan Bill HB1300-SB1000 Prekindergarten Sections

MSCCA has been able to make an impact in some of the legislation, but will submit more amendments on Monday at the Hearing. Will share our amendments on our legislative page! Please feel free to contact your legislators and let them know how this will impact you....

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